Symfony 3.4.39 released
Symfony 3.4.39 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #36216 [Validator] Assert Valid with many groups (@phucwan91)
- bug #36222 [Console] Fix OutputStream for PHP 7.4 (@guillbdx)
- bug #36175 [Security/Http] Remember me: allow to set the samesite cookie flag (@dunglas)
- bug #36173 [Http Foundation] Fix clear cookie samesite (@guillbdx)
- bug #36176 [Security] Check if firewall is stateless before checking for session/previous session (@koenreiniers)
- bug #36149 [Form] Support customized intl php.ini settings (@jorrit)
- bug #36172 [Debug] fix for PHP 7.3.16+/7.4.4+ (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #36141 Prevent warning in pro _open() (@BenMorel)
- bug #36121 [VarDumper] fix side-effect by not using m _rand() (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #36073 [PropertyAccess][DX] Improved errors when reading uninitialized properties (@HeahDude)
- bug #36063 [FrameworkBundle] start session on flashbag injection (@William Arslett)
- bug #36020 [Form] ignore microseconds submitted by Edge (@xabbuh)
- bug #36041 fix import from config file using type: glob (@Tobion)
- bug #35987 [DoctrineBridge][DoctrineExtractor] Fix wrong guessed type for "json" type (@fancyweb)
- bug #35938 [Form] Handle false as empty value on expanded choices (@fancyweb)
- bug #36004 [Yaml] fix dumping strings containing CRs (@xabbuh)
- bug #35982 [DI] Fix XmlFileLoader bad error message (@przemyslaw-bogusz)
- bug #35937 Revert "bug symfony#28179 [DomCrawler] Skip disabled fields processing in Form" (@dmaicher)
- bug #35910 [SecurityBundle] Minor fixes in configuration tree builder (@HeahDude)
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